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JoinTheDiscussion 10 points ago +10 / -0

all I hear is, waaaa, my pussy hurts!

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CrouchingKamala 6 points ago +6 / -0

The guy is a weepy vag. Look, I'm from California and have had no thoughts that Texas is relatable to California, honestly, I think only the wacko Oregon and Washington have that disgusting distinction. He's bitching about affordability in a neighborhood that is beyond average middle class, showing his priviledge, (If you work for it, have it) but don't bitch to the masses about your unaffordable lifestyle. His house is kept warmer and cooler than ours as we don't have air conditioning, but we do regularly have $300-$700 power bills depending on the month, ie, swamp cooler, heater, Christmas lights, in a neighborhood of zero affluence. It's just the cost of living. I don't think it's right, the power costs, but it is what it is. The article was so whiney, I couldn't finish it. What a tool.

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Cyer6 [S] 3 points ago +3 / -0

The guy came out of San Diego. It sounds like he's never been to the CA Central Valley. I've lived in the Central Valley and there are a lot of similarities between the desert valley and many parts of Texas. The humidity in south TX is high in the spring and early summer but it changes day to day. And there's always a breeze blowing from the gulf or from the north. Electricity bills in the Central Valley could easily go beyond $600/mo. In TX, you can shop for an electric provider and a lot of folks are putting up solar. This guy had no clue about this state and thought he could make a bundle off his San Diego home then come out here and expect everything without trying to assimilate and adapt.

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JuanTitor 2 points ago +2 / -0

Most liberals never visit the Central Valley except when driving through on the 5, possibly to stay in Sacramento for some political garbage, or perhaps staying in Visalia to go visit Sequoa and Kings Canyon.

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maga_gal 5 points ago +5 / -0

Austin suburbian here... sounds like this snooty fuck didn't do his research about the state he wanted to move to. My hubby and I researched future development plans to decide where we were going to live while we attended UT, so we'd make money upon graduating and selling. We researched utilities, weather, and all the things. His rich ass is mad he bought beyond his means and is blaming other people for his mistakes. Typical liberal. Bye Felicia.

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Tucso 4 points ago +4 / -0

Glad he left. Old Texas can sense the faggot in your blood. I wear a “don’t California my Texas t-shirt. Texas has its positives and negatives. Humidity and cedar do suck though. Lol!

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Cyer6 [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

I've had no problem with Texas allergies but when I lived in the CA Central Valley, the weeds, grasses and other pollens took years to adapt to. It was mixed with a lot of dust that hovers over the valley throughout the summer and all of the air pollution from the Bay Area and LA get mixed in. Breathing in TX has been a much nicer experience, and we don't have any muzzle mandates.

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CrouchingKamala 1 point ago +1 / -0

Were you exposed to Valley Fever?Not trying to be rude, just curious as it seems to be regional to the central valley and supposedly attributed to the dust. It is a bit of a curiosity in itself and honestly I haven't seen any references to that regarding Covid either, but have friends that caught it and were told to move out of the area and are now considered art of the vulnerable population.

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Cyer6 [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don’t think I ever came down with that. Just for a while it was heavy allergies but having an outside job, my body adapted to it over time.

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CrouchingKamala 1 point ago +1 / -0

Thank you for sharing that with me. I hope your allergies are much improved. Mine was when we switched areas of Caligornia but then the better half started to suffer worsened allergies. Can't win for losing lol.

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Cyer6 [S] 4 points ago +4 / -0

If you're having difficulty with the link to this asshat's article...

https://outline.com/g3XcED

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_Sully_ 4 points ago +4 / -0

Monoculture? Like how it is in every country?

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KlunniClowns 4 points ago +4 / -0

I'm so glad he moved out of Austin and wrote this article. I hope everyone reads it and decides not to move to Texas. It's not mono culture it's Texas culture. So fuck off if you can't handle it asshole.

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CrouchingKamala 2 points ago +2 / -0

I'm not familiar with the term monoculture, could anyone give me an ide of what he is referencing there please?

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Cyer6 [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

He complained that in while he was in San Diego, he lived around a lot of different cultures and ethnicities. In TX, he saw a lot of white southern Texas pride and it offended him because he's a leftist retard.

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MarcusAurelius 3 points ago +3 / -0

I mean, it's a great thing that you can live where you like it the best.

In this case, he loves places covered in human feces, where a 1000 square foot house will cost a million bucks!

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NorCalMAGA1988 3 points ago +3 / -0

He’s bitching about Austin, which is the most blue section of Texas. Don’t they vote Democrat along the lines of any other big city?

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Cyer6 [S] 2 points ago +2 / -0

I think it's changing, but yes it's crawling with lefties. The reason I think things are changing is because they voted to ban homeless camps in this last special election. It passed by a margin of 70% and that one really surprised me.

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JuanTitor 2 points ago +2 / -0

Actually a good read, but not for the reasons the author hoped for. I especially liked him complaining about schools expecting parents to teach their children discipline and respect, the horror!

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findthewarmspot 2 points ago +2 / -0

As someone who lived near Bee Cave for years, all I can say is he’s full of shit. Property taxes are higher because there’s no state income tax. It’s not that humid. The weather is extreme, but it’s gorgeous 90% of the time. He lived in Bee Cave and couldn’t find Hamilton Pool, the blue bonnet trails, Dripping Springs, take an hour drive to the river walk in San Antonio, or find the cute beachy towns around Galveston? He obviously didn’t explore Austin cuz there’s a huge Vietnamese population and the pho restaurants are amazing.

Sounds like the house he bought was his main issue and that’s not Texas’ fault, that’s his fault.